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Here we go again

Here we go again

A worker shovels some of the snow from the steps of the Hardin County Courthouse this morning after yet another winter blast dumped an inch of powder on the county…

Alger to study problem of vacant houses

ALGER — A burned out house in Alger has been an eyesore for more than a year, village council members said at their meeting Monday night. Members have discussed the…

Alger to get help from RCAP on new water tower plans

ALGER — Plans for a new water tower in Alger were discussed Monday during the Board of Public Affairs meeting that preceded the council session. Roberta Acosta, of the Rural…

Forest plans income survey in bid to seek grant of $500,000

FOREST — The Village of Forest will be conducting an income survey of area residents to determine whether the village is eligible for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds from…

Sharing the profits

Sharing the profits

The Women of the Moose recently sponsored a purse bingo event in which they gave away designer purses. Monday evening they shared their profits from the event with Not By…

Top Riverdale spellers

Top Riverdale spellers

Riverdale School has announced its spelling bee winners. Top photo, two fifth graders won the 5th-6th grade spelling bee on Jan. 15. Tehya Rodabaugh (middle) took first place and Jared…

New member

New member

Hardin County Commissioner Brice Beaman (right) swears in Jeffrey Billenstein on Thursday as the newest elected supervisor on the Hardin Soil and Water Conservation District Board. Billenstein was elected at…

W-G hits 12 3s to beat Polar Bears

W-G hits 12 3s to beat Polar Bears

DOLA — Waynesfield-Goshen knocked down 12 3-pointers Saturday night to beat Hardin Northern 73-61 in boys basketball action. After falling behind by 10 points early in the second quarter, Hardin…

Kenton rallies, wins in overtime

Kenton rallies, wins in overtime

Trailing Marion Pleasant by seven points midway through the third quarter, things weren’t looking real good for the Kenton boys basketball team on Saturday night. But as the Wildcats have…

Late charge gives USV third win in a row

Late charge gives USV third win in a row

McGUFFEY — A little more than a week ago, the Upper Scioto Valley girls basketball team went to Sidney and loss to a Lehman Catholic team that previously had only…